2022 campaigns is now gaining momentum as various leaders who have publicly announced about their presidential candidature are seen getting prepared for election.
Among the top contestants includes deputy president William Ruto and former prime minister Raila Odinga. The two are scrambling for mount Kenya votes and the one who will manage to secure more votes will stand a high chance of becoming the head of state since mount Kenya is a determining factor for the two.
To popularise his ambitions in the region, report from Daily Nation Newspaper indicates that deputy president William Ruto has picked four wise men from the region who will advise him on various sectors including health and economy.
These men includes Dr David Ndii who is in charge of economy and Prof Edward Kisiang'ani. Others includes Dr Irene Asionga and Prof Raphael. These four are likely to boost Ruto's popularity in the region.
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